3.4 inches are much more, so let’s welcome Google Maps to the external screen of the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip5.
The second Samsung Unpacked 2023 will open doors next July 27 in Seoul with the fifth generation of the Galaxy Z hands, although we should also see there the Galaxy Watch6 in its two models and the entire family of tablets Galaxy Tab S9 for thus closing the 2023 Samsung catalog at least in the most performance cut.
Of the Galaxy Z Flip5which is precisely the model that brings us here and the evolution of the best-selling folding format on the marketthe truth is that already we know practically all its secrets because of the usual infinity of leaks that accompany every great Samsung presentation, and that now bring us, hand in hand with SamMobilea notice related to that external display which as we know will grow in size.
The external screen of the Galaxy Z Flip5 will grow not only in size but also in options, and it seems that Samsung is already working with Google to adapt Maps and allow us to use it without having to open the mobile.
As with all the other options on the market, Motorcycle RAZR 40 Ultra and OPPO Find N2 Flip as great examples, this new Galaxy Z Flip5 that is about to arrive will grow the front panel to make it more useful, though in your case it will stay at 3.4 inches without reaching the use that Motorola has achieved.
Of course, this will also bring news for that little One UI interface that Samsung had designed for the outer panel of its Z Flip, which now It will allow you to customize with a higher level. in detail, as well as interact with more apps and widgets among which there will be some very important.
Google Maps on the Flip 5’s outer screen is real baby.
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And it is that Samsung has once again taken advantage of its good friends with Google to design a version of Google Maps well adapted to the external screen of the Galaxy Z Flip5which will make it possible to navigate door to door or review a map in an unknown city without having to open the phone and with the consequent saving of resources and battery what does that mean…
As is obvious, it is still early and We don’t know which Google Maps features will move to the external panelas they will surely be limited by showing a message to continue on the big screen when accessing more advanced options, although the mere presence of Maps in that external panel is already a step forward and great news that could herald more well-adapted third-party apps.
The last week of July we will leave doubts, so for now We will remain attentive to all leaks which, surely, we will continue to see in the coming weeks… Will it be Samsung able to keep a secret for the first time in history?